Spring academy artificial intelligence and international law

22 - 26 April 2024
  • Starts at: 09:00h
  • Fee: To be announced
  • Venue: Asser Institute
  • Organiser: Asser Institute
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The Spring Academy on Artificial Intelligence and International Law will return for its 6th edition in the week of 22–26 April 2024. In this innovative training programme, you will gain in-depth perspectives into the challenges and opportunities of AI from the perspective of international law and related disciplines.

The spring academy is an interdisciplinary programme addressing fundamental issues at the intersection of theory and practice, while creating a platform to engage with the diverging perspectives in the key emerging debates. The programme covers technical aspects of AI, philosophy and ethics of AI, AI and human rights, AI and armed conflict, AI and international responsibility, and international governance of AI. 

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Coordinator
The spring academy is coordinated by Bérénice Boutin. Dr Bérénice Boutin is senior researcher in international law at the Asser Institute, Coordinator of the research strand on Disruptive Technologies in Peace and Security, and project leader of the NWO-funded  project Designing International Law and Ethics into Military Artificial Intelligence (DILEMA). Her research explores the mutual impacts between new technologies, such as artificial intelligence, and international law. This includes the role of international law in the governance and regulation of technologies, and the impact of new technologies on core notions and concepts of international law.